Occupational Health and Safety Exam

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There are ten short multiple-choice questions on the exam. The pass mark is 80%, meaning you need to answer eight out of ten questions correctly. Please select only one answer for each question. Pass mark is 80% which means you can only get two of the questions wrong.

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Question 1*
The definition of a worker/employee is:
Question 2*
When it comes to matters pertaining to Occupational Health and Safety, the Employers responsibilities are, but not limited to, the following:
Question 3*
A worker's responsibilities are, but not limited to, the following: "If you don't know how to do something safely, ask for clarification before you commence the work."
Question 4*
A worker who refuses to carry out a work process/assignment must immediately report the circumstances of the unsafe condition to their:
Question 5*
A worker will be subject to discriminatory action because they have reported what they believe to be an unsafe work practice. They will not be temporarily assigned to another assignment in lieu until the investigation is complete.
Question 6*
In order for a worker to receive any form of compensation for a workplace injury or accident resulting in lost time from work, the incident must be reported by the employer to WorkSafeBC within:
Question 7*
What is the definition of workplace violence?
Question 8*
A new worker can be of any age and includes workers who are:
Question 9*
More than half of workplace accidents involving young and new workers occur during their:
Question 10*
The definition of a near miss is an incident/accident that does not result in a workplace injury but could have had the potential to do so.
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